Cover of: Indigara | Tanith Lee

About the Book

Welcome to Indigara... a strangely familiar, strangely hypnotic world.Jet and her robot dog, Otis, have been taken with Jet's two sisters—one of whom has a role in the latest Super-Movie—to their planet's film capital, Ollywood. Jet and Otis are soon plunged into the mysterious underworld that lurks below the studios and lots. Here lies the beautiful and sinister other-where of Indigara, which has spontaneously generated from the sets, costumes, models and actual celluloid of fantasy and SF plot movies that never got made into series. Even while girl and dog try to survive the dangers and terrors below, their Indigaran mirror images have replaced them, and are running amok in the real world above...Tanith Lee's trademark combination of unique worldbuilding, humor, and action make Indigara a five-star success!

About the Edition

When her annoying older sister gets a bit part in a movie, fourteen-year-old Jet and her family travel to Ollywood--the movie capital of their earth-like planet--where, on a trip through the city's subways, Jet and her robot dog Otis are transported to a world of rejected fantasy and science fiction movies and must try to find their way back to reality.

Edition Notes

Genre
Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
[Fic]
Library of Congress
PZ7.L5149 In 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17932225M
Internet Archive
indigaraorjetoti00leet
ISBN 13
9780142409220
LC Control Number
2007014463
Library Thing
3356573
Goodreads
498570
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